Magnetic Resonance Microscopy. Группа авторов
Magnetic Resonance Microscopy
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Издательство: John Wiley & Sons Limited
Magnetic Resonance Microscopy Explore the interdisciplinary applications of magnetic resonance microscopy in this one-of-a-kind resource In Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Instrumentation and Applications in Engineering, Life Science and Energy Research, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a comprehensive exploration of the use of magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) and similar techniques in an interdisciplinary milieux. Opening with a section on hardware and methodology, the book moves on to consider developments in the field of mobile nuclear magnetic resonance. Essential processes, including filtration, multi-phase flow and transport, and a wide range of systems – from biomarkers via single cells to plants and biofilms – are discussed next. After a fulsome treatment of MRM in the field of energy research, the editors conclude the book with a chapter extoling the virtues of a holistic treatment of theory and application in MRM. Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Instrumentation and Applications in Engineering, Life Science and Energy Research also includes: A thorough introduction to recent developments in magnetic resonance microscopy hardware and methods, including ceramic coils for MR microscopy Comprehensive explorations of applications in chemical engineering, including ultra-fast MR techniques to image multi-phase flow in pipes and reactors Practical discussions of applications in the life sciences, including MRI of single cells labelled with super paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles In-depth examinations of new applications in energy research, including spectroscopic imaging of devices for electrochemical storage Perfect for practicing scientists from all fields, Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Instrumentation and Applications in Engineering, Life Science and Energy Research is an ideal resource for anyone seeking a one-stop guide to magnetic resonance microscopy for engineers, life scientists, and energy researchers.